I'm With Rep. Czaja & Rep. Loudenbeck
Six years ago, Wisconsin was on shaky fiscal ground. Budget deficits and tax increases were the norm as financial solvency and tax relief for working families were placed on the back burner. Fast forward to 2016 and my, how things have changed.
Today, our budget is balanced, tuition is frozen, and Wisconsin boasts a fully funded state pension fund and record amounts in our rainy day fund.
Republican leaders continue to pass bold, reformative budgets that tackle Wisconsinite’s pressing needs.
This past budget would not have been passed if it were not for two strong assemblywomen on the Joint Finance Committee.
Mary Czaja and Amy Loudenbeck were at the forefront in creating a balanced budget that addressed the needs of local small businesses.
Both Representative Czaja and Representative Loudenbeck have a background in small business and the problems facing small business owners and their stakeholders.
Representative Czaja comes from a long line small business owners. Her family members have owned and operated a variety of small businesses from a tree farm, berry farm and a bowling alley. Czaja personally owns an independent insurance agency where she works to address area business’ insurance needs in the Tomahawk area.
Before being elected to the state assembly Representative Loudenbeck worked for the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce where she fought for local mom and pops stores. She spent time as the Government Relations Director fighting against crushing regulations that make it difficult for business owners to make a dollar.
#ImWithHer because Mary Czaja and Amy Loudenbeck know that small businesses are the backbone of our economy. Small Businesses occupy main streets in every town across Wisconsin, providing goods and services as well as creating good paying jobs to the community.
We thank Mary and Amy for their continued hard work in the legislature and their understanding of the needs of Wisconsin small businesses.
Stay tuned for more #ImWithHer as the Wisconsin Federation of College Republicans recognize the contributions of Republican women in Wisconsin.